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Angels Vs Yankees
Even with a number of new faces the New York Yankees are still a veteran laden club sure to finish at or near the top of the AL East standings. With twenty-seven World Series Championships the Yankees are the most successful franchise in the history of major American professional sports. With a massive national following a Yankees/Angels series is one of the most popular dates on the annual Angels non-divisional schedule. After a decade and a half of dominance that included near yearly postseason runs the current Yankees roster boasts a number of new faces, but some familiar future hall of famers. For Angels fans the 2013 season may be the last year they can see future Hall of Famers Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera play the Angels.
The Yankees and Angels have met twice in the postseason in the last decade, 2002 and 2005, with the Angels winning both series. A 3-1 Angels victory in the 2002 AL Division series helped propel the Angels to their first World Series Championship. Three years later the Angels defeated the Yankees in the AL Division series once again. Even with the Yankees success over the past decade and a half the Angels have a surprising lead in the series between the two clubs since the year 2000. Since the turn of the century the Angels have a 62-55 lead in games played between the two clubs. The seven game margin is does not reflect how amazingly close the games have been. In the 117 games played since 2000 the Angels have a four run margin of the Yankees (595-591).
Over the years several star players have played for both the Yankees and Angels including such recent Angels stars as Jim Abbott, Bobby Abreu, and Jeff Weaver. In all 132 players have played for both clubs over the years. With the Angels making the jump into a big market ballclub and the Yankees position in the baseball world the annual Angels/Yankees series will continue to be a very highly contested and well played.
Many of the stars that made up the two Yankees World Series title teams have moved on to other clubs or retirement, but the New York roster is still full of savvy veterans and an elite pitching staff. The rejuvenated Yankees farm system has shown the ability to produce major league contributors over the past couple of years and that pattern should continue into the foreseeable future.